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Archives: October 2006

Picking back up on blogging

It has been a trying month to month and a half with the implementation of Microsoft's CRM 3.0 product. By the very nature of the application, there is a signficant amount of data conversion/import as well as mapping and aligning the application to the business processes of our customers. I…

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PASS

My daughter-in-law just reminded me on Sunday that her birthday was in 21 days.  Yikes! That's the day I fly to Seattle for PASS.  I can't believe it is almost here.  Anyway, I'll be at PASS from Sunday through Saturday morning and am looking forward to meeting lots of new…

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Posted in Advice from Aunt Kathi on 26 October 2006

The Magazine

I've been busy working on the magazine among other things and am struggling a bit. I had quite a few people lined up for Reporting Services articles for January, but have had a number back out. So I've been scrambling a bit to fill the space.

I'm slightly worried about…

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Posted in The Voice of the DBA on 18 October 2006

Essential Audio for .NET Pros

For your listening enjoyment, I have compiled a list off essential audio for .NET developers and SQL DBAs. This list is far from comprehensive, but it represents my must-hear list each week.

Hanselminutes (http://www.hanselminutes.com) - This is a (mostly) weekly show that focuses on the expertise of Scott Hanselman. The…

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Posted in Tim Mitchell on 6 October 2006

SQL Injection... is this still a problem?

For some reason, today I came across at least a half-dozen blog posts and articles about how to avoid SQL injection attacks.  It had been a while since I had read about SQL injections, and an odd thought comes to mind:

Why is SQL injection still an issue?

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Posted in Tim Mitchell on 3 October 2006